Bicycle Network: Measure & Understand
Count results from Melbourne &Victoria
Here are some data summaries from Melbourne and Victoria
National Cycling Participation Survey
During March 2011 the Australian Bicycle Council is conducting a survey of cycling participation Australia wide as part of evaluation of the 2011-16 National Cycling Strategy. For the first time we'll have a handle how many people are riding bikes and for what reasons.
New loop counters coming
The Government continues to invest in bike counting systems.
Permanent induction loop counters: on road
VicRoads have started to roll out a new series of Loop counters across the inner Melbourne on-road network.
Permanent induction loop counters: shared paths
In November 2005 VicRoads installed 17 permanent inductive loop counters on the off-road path network around Melbourne. These counters count bicycle volumes 24 hours per day, every day of the year. Count site have since been added on some roads.
Route 33 Bike Counts
Bicycle Network Victoria has been measuring bike and vehicle numbers on Beach Rd since 2007
Visual counts are an important tool to help you manage your development of bike riding. Other stakeholders may refer to these statistics to help justify investment in cycling infrastructure and initiatives. Bicycle Network Victoria coordinates annual visual counts across Australia - Super Tuesday in March and Super Sunday in November.